I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Computer Science Department at University of Regina, doing research under supervisor Dr.Yiyu Yao.
My research instrests include: Three-way Decisions (3WDs), data mining, and machine learning.
I am using 3WD theory to deal with some big data and machine learning problems.
I was born in China and now a permanent resident in Canada. Before I come to Canada, I was a sernior professional system analyst and certefied teacher, worked for five years in IT industrial and one year as teacher in public school.
I obtained my Master's degree from Soochow university majoring in machine learning.
After I came to Canada pursuing Ph.D, I have worked in Mitacs for two semeters. During this time, my research, i.e., actionable strategies in three-way decision, attracted ISM Canada's attention and financial support.
Recently, my research (actionable strategies in three-way decisions) was approved as one of NSERC projects.
I am also enthusiastic in teaching, volunteering, and open source society.
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